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7 Bryant Park Building
1045 6th Avenue, Manhattan
New York City, NY
Architect: Pei Cobb Freed & Partners
Photo: Jackson Carvalho...
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7 Bryant Park Building
1045 6th Avenue, Manhattan
New York City, NY
Architect: Pei Cobb Freed & Partners
Photo: Jackson Carvalho
www.artedigitalstudio.com.br
© 2015, All Rights Reserved
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Awards

Runner Up in Modern Architecture Photo Contest
Contest Finalist in Modern Architecture Photo Contest
Contest Finalist in Black And White Architecture Photo Contest
Contest Finalist in Towering Buildings Photo Contest
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Peer Award
Superb Composition
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Absolute Masterpiece
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Top Choice
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Outstanding Creativity
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Superior Skill
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Genius
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Top Ranks

Black And White Textures Photo ContestTop 10 rank
Black And White Textures Photo ContestTop 10 rank week 1
Modern Architecture Photo ContestTop 10 rank
Modern Architecture Photo ContestTop 10 rank week 1
Composing With Leading Lines Photo ContestTop 10 rank
Composing With Leading Lines Photo ContestTop 10 rank week 1
Black And White Architecture Photo ContestTop 10 rank
Black And White Architecture Photo ContestTop 10 rank week 2
Black And White Architecture Photo ContestTop 10 rank week 1
Towering Buildings Photo ContestTop 10 rank
Towering Buildings Photo ContestTop 10 rank week 3
Clever Angles Photo ContestTop 10 rank
Clever Angles Photo ContestTop 20 rank week 2
Clever Angles Photo ContestTop 30 rank week 1
Crashing Lines Photo ContestTop 10 rank
Crashing Lines Photo ContestTop 10 rank week 1
Black And White Wow Factor Photo ContestTop 10 rank
Black And White Wow Factor Photo ContestTop 30 rank week 2
Monthly Pro Vol 18 Photo ContestTop 20 rank week 2
Black And White Wow Factor Photo ContestTop 20 rank week 1
Monthly Pro Vol 18 Photo ContestTop 20 rank week 1

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6 Comments |
AnadeMacedo
 
AnadeMacedo February 16, 2017
Amazing
FredericMONIN Platinum
 
FredericMONIN April 09, 2017
GREAT composition and processing my friend !!!
jimhelmick
 
jimhelmick May 10, 2017
Remarkable photo - looks like something on a different planet.
Arzhtatiana
 
Arzhtatiana May 27, 2017
A great shot!
ronjudyluv2travel Platinum
 
ronjudyluv2travel November 19, 2020
Wow...great manipulation/processing!
maryphippsseward
 
maryphippsseward April 14, 2021
Fabulous!
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Behind The Lens

Location

During my last trip to New York City, I chose iconic spots and historical d city to carry out a photo shoot with a different view of the city. My stay took place during the early summer, which allowed registering dramatic skies, running from NYC gray sky, the result is photos of a Black and White richness incredibly rich and dramatic.

Time

around 15:30 p.m.

Lighting

in the case of this photo just by the natural light of the sun.

Equipment

Canon EOS 5D SR, tripod manfroto, Lee Filters and a remote control by Canon.

Inspiration

portray the architectural icons of NYC with an artistic look, show your details, your icons through my perspective and my gaze.

Editing

I adjust the colors, saturation, contrasts and realce of brigths. For the dramatical visual effects of fine art, I has used the Lumenzia Panel for generate 16 bit masks on Photoshop.

In my camera bag

Hasselblad H4D 40, Canon EOS 5D SR, Lenses wide angle ( 16-35mm Canon 15mm Sigma, 24-70 II Canon, Canon70-200 II mm, 28mm Hasselblad, 50-110mm Hasselblad, 80 mm Hasselblad, 120 mm Hasselblad, Tripod and Ball head Manfroto, Flash 600 EX-RT Canon, Lanter Led Flash Light

Feedback

It is always important to feel the moment, feel the place and put your feelings before you press the camera button. Integrates with its history, with its references and the people around you. Observe more and put poetry in his eyes. Good photos come with the maturation of the exercise and how much love you put into your picture.

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